I am a doctoral candidate at the chair for international economic relations at Bielefeld University and a research fellow at the center for trade policy at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW). Since September I have been a visiting researcher at the Center of Economics for Prosperity (PROSPER) at Católica Lisbon.

My research focuses on issues in international economics. I try to understand how firms cope with global uncertainties affecting patterns in international trade. These include international sanction regimes, economic disintegration and institutional factors.

I am interested in integrating unconventional - often big data - into conventional empirical research using novel tools such as deep learning and language processing.

Fields: International Economics, International Trade, and Firm Dynamics.


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